A position from which something is observed or considered; a point of view.(noun)
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Use "viewpoint" in a sentence
"In these photographs, as in dreams, the viewpoint is a disembodied one."
"I have no idea whether other people with high-functioning autism see the world this way; the viewpoint is the young author's own, and I found the book, published for the young adult market, consistently funny and heart-rending."
"Sadly, some anonymous idiots take that second post opportunity to once again demonstrate that their viewpoint is the only one they will consider, going on the attack once again."